Malawi Government on Saturday applauded the Anglican Church for complementing governmentâ€™s development efforts.
Kachali was speaking at St. Michaelâ€™s Parish of the Anglican Church on Likoma Island during a centenary celebration service.
The Vice-President saluted the Anglican Church for providing various services to people in the country.
â€œThe Anglican Church in the country has done and is still doing a tremendous job in providing education, health and spiritual growth to people in the country,â€Â said Kachali.
Anglican Bishop of Northern Malawi the Right Reverend Fanuel Magangani said as a church, they will continue to assist government in uplifting lives of Malawians.
â€œThe Anglican Church will continue to be the light and the salt of the country and continue complementing government efforts in developing the country by providing free health services at our hospital on Likoma Island and promote quality education in the country,â€ he said.
The Archbishop of the Province of Central Africa, the Most Reverend Albert Chama, thanked the Joyce Banda administration for ensuring freedom of worship.
St Michaels Parish opened its doors in 1912 at Makulawe on Likoma Island, having moved from Malindi in Mangochi.â€”Mana